What! Kareena Kapoor had rejected Saif Ali Khan’s marriage proposal twice
Speaking about getting married to Saif, Kareena said, "I think I made the best decision of my life."
One of most popular celebrity couples Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan have been happily married for more than seven years but did you know that Kareena Kapoor had rejected Saif Ali Khan’s marriage proposal twice before exchanging their wedding vows.
Yes, you read that right. In a conversation with Pinkvilla, the Good Newws actor has revealed that Saif Ali Khan had asked her to get married twice. Kareena Kapoor is quoted as saying to the Entertainment website, “He did tell me that ‘I think we should get married’. He told me that in Greece and he told me that in Ladakh as well. And at that time I was like ‘I don’t know because I don’t know you’. So it was not really a ‘no’ but it was more like an ‘I want to know you better’”
Speaking about getting married to Saif, she further said, “I think I made the best decision of my life.”
Notably, Kareena and Saif reportedly fell in love on the sets of Tashan in the year 2008 and after a courtship of four years, they decided to get hitched and now they have an adorable son, Taimur Ali Khan.
Speaking about her decision to continue working through her marriage, pregnancy, and motherhood, Bebo said, “I was so clear about the fact that my professional life is different from my personal life. It can’t be a disease to fall in love, is it? It can’t be death. I told Saif, I said ‘listen I’m never going to stop working’, and he was like ‘you must do that’”.
Saif, in an interview, was asked if he feels threatened by Kareena’s professional success, especially since his own films haven’t been doing too well at the box office. “No, no, no. I mean I think we’re far too realistic for that kind of thing. One understands that but no we aren’t as chauvinist…you know things change, things go up and down and things happen. At one point in time somebody is more successful than the other and the other time both people are having a great time. But I have never measured life in those terms. In fact the success of my life has got nothing to do with box office. It’s to do precisely what’s happening at home,” he told journalist Rajeev Masand.